Where’s Kremmling?

The easiest way to find us, is to first locate Kremmling, Colorado. Kremmling is located at the intersection of highway 40 and highway 9.


From Denver — ake interstate 70 west to the Dillon/Silverthorne exit. Go north on highway 9 about 38 miles, you’ll run right into Kremmling.

From Steamboat — Take highway 40 east about 53 miles, you’ll run right into Kremmling.

From the Vail area — You have 2 options-One is to take Interstate 70 east to the Silverthorne/Dillon exit, and then north on highway 9 about 38 miles into Kremmling. The other (which is shorter, but does involve driving on a gravel road for several miles) is to go west on Interstate 70 to the Wolcott exit (about 11 miles west of Edwards). Take highway 131 north towards Steamboat about 15 miles to a small town called State Bridge. Right before State Bridge, you will cross the Colorado River, immediately after crossing the Colorado River turn right on to the Trough Road, and now you’re headed towards Kremmling. The Trough road is an improved gravel road for about 27 miles, it runs into highway 9, turn left on 9 about 1.5 mile into Kremmling.

From the Winter Park area — Take highway 40 west through Granby and Hot Sulphur Springs, then through the small town of Parshall, from Parshall it is about 11 miles west on highway 40 to Kremmling.

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